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Neath Gunners' Annual Dinner.

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Neath Gunners' Annual Dinner. The annual dinne.' of No. 7 Company cf the lot Glam. Artillery Volunteers wis Held at the Camibrian Hotel, Neath, on Thunslay 1 is I evening. Lieut. Morris presided. Mr. L. è. Thomas- proposed "The Imperial Forces.— Lieut.-Col. Gardner, in responding, baid Le was sorry that requiting was slower and the periodical lowering of tin standard was a sure indication that the physique of tho nten was not being maintained.—Captain Giegor (Swansea) albo responded.—Captain A. Rus- sell Thomas then submitted the health of No. 7 Company, which he de>crib)d ;s one of the best companies in the country.—Lt. Morris, in responding, alluded to the grati- fying strength of -No. 7 Company. A cause for congr ltulation was tliat they had in Sergeant Instructor Buttle an excellent offi- cer and deservedly popular.—Smgeoa-Capt. Davies followed with "Long lif3 and pros- perity to Colonel Uardn:r. "-Colond Gard- ner, in responding taid he hoped that cn tlie occasion of the visit of the King to Swansea next year to bo able to take a large body of men 'there. On the previous vint of the King—he was then Prince of ^ales— the Volunteers took an important part in the preservation of the lines of route. Then the Volunteers acquitted themselves very creditably, and he doubted not that they would do so again. (Loud apidause.)— Captain Gregor then gave the toast of '•The ,Allied Force—the Rifie Volunteers.—Capt. Hunter responded.—Ex-Lieut. Evans and ex-Bandmastev Trick made suitable res- pouses.—Mr. A. J. Jeffreys then Mubiinitcd the toast of Surgeon-Captain Davies, whom he described as an excellent officer—one who, although he entered the service late in life, was devoted to duty and of great service to the Volunteer movement. (Applause.)— Surgeon-Captain Davies Lvnorousiy res- ponded.—Lieut, CI tike gave "The Visiting Officers."—Lieut. Thomas (Swansea) res- ponded.—Colonel Gardner then presented ^prizes to tlioso wl'jo liad been suec*ossftil 'in the carbine competition: — Corpl. T. .Jon0. Trumpeter Green, Bdr. Perkins, Ser- geant-Major Phillips, Sergt. D. J. Morgan, (junner v'. hetton, Guni.ei J. Moit, Gun- ner E. HaAiies, Sergt. W. Jones, Bdr. Bart- lett, Gunner Roderick, Trumpeter Thomas, Gunner J. Whetton, Trumpet.T J. Phillips, Bdr. Griffiths. Gunner C. Mallett, Corpl. Taylor, Bdr. Rus-sell, Gunner J. H. Ca^e-, Gunner T. Woodcock, Gurjier W. Jones, Grnner T. Mori, Gunner T. J. Evans, Gun- ner Case, Gunner T. Bennett. Gunner M. Hooper, Gunner B. Thomas.—Dining the evening an excellent music il programme was rendered by Lieut. Thomas, Messrs. W. Walters. J.* Jones. Robert Hughes Land ore), — Albert (of the Prince of Wales Theatre), G. John, E. Case, anJ D. Bey noil (accom- panist.

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